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Old 08-31-2013, 04:17 AM   #1961
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We used to have toast with syrup or honey mixed with peanut butter on the top and it got all melty and runny, that and some thick cut bacon is pretty much an ideal nostalgic meal for me!
When I was a kid mom would make a peanut butter and honey sandwich. Never really cared for them then either, but there is that nostalgia thinking about it.

There is this peanut butter I had years ago that was awesome. No added sugar, chunky and crunchy. Loved that stuff, but I can't for the life of me remember the name of it.
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i like bacon dipped in maple syrup!
Mmmm yes!! I've been known to make pancakes for breakfast as an excuse to dip my bacon in syrup. Especially the butter flavored kind. Cue uncontrollable preggo cravings.
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Mmmm yes!! I've been known to make pancakes for breakfast as an excuse to dip my bacon in syrup. Especially the butter flavored kind. Cue uncontrollable preggo cravings.
the smoky flavor of the bacon and the sweetness of the maple syrup are just made for each other! pregnant or not! the wife and i cook bacon anytime we make pancakes. even sausage is good with maple syrup.
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the smoky flavor of the bacon and the sweetness of the maple syrup are just made for each other! pregnant or not! the wife and i cook bacon anytime we make pancakes. even sausage is good with maple syrup.
I am completely unashamed that I am literally drooling a little bit. I can't think of a better flavor combination except maybe fudgy brownies topped with vanilla ice cream.
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I am completely unashamed that I am literally drooling a little bit. I can't think of a better flavor combination except maybe fudgy brownies topped with vanilla ice cream.
What, no pickles?
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What, no pickles?
Not at this time, but I am considering putting cinnamon on flaming hot cheetos.
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We were out shopping today, so Olive Garden....she had stuffed chicken Marsala and I had chicken parm and 2 meatballs...skipped desert and took Gatorade for a long walk to work off the pasta. Only lost 1 pound in the last 2 weeks.

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We had these last night for dinner,bbq meatball with cheese sub sandwiches.

Instead of the potato chips we had garden fresh sweetcorn and cantaloupe.
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Tonight I'm making chicken marsala.
Don't know if I'll make gnocchi, a potato gallet, or wild rice with it.
Green beans almadine for veg.

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Mmm, it was good! Went with the wild rice.

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